Digital Arts Award 2005 Seoul (Republic of Korea)
01 - 14 09 2005 Ongoing call for participation to the UNESCO Digital
Arts Award 2005 (UNESCO Prize for the Promotion of the Arts - New
Technology category) on the theme “City and creative media”.
Stand at the « Maison & Objet » Trade Fair
Villepinte Paris-Nord (France)
02 - 06 09 2005 Exhibition of the works by the UNESCO Crafts Prize
winners 2004-2005 and the FabDesign contest laureates at the “Maison
& Objet" Trade Fair - the most well known fair in the world
for home decoration.
activities in Digital Arts for Africa Linz (Austria)
04 - 05 09 2005 Workshop organized in the framework of the Festival
Ars Electronica 2005 in support of regional networks that can serve
as platforms for debate on creative digital content and trans-disciplinary
activities in the domain of ICTs and creative industries.
Prize for Arab Culture Paris (France)
05 - 06 09 2005 The International Jury Meeting of the Sharjah Prize
will be held to reward the efforts of a national of an Arab Country
and a national of any other country who have contributed, through
their artistic, intellectual or promotional work, to the development
and diffusion of Arab culture in the world.
Tourism and Protecting Cultural Heritage Rome (Italy)
05 - 06 09 2005 International workshop gathering tourism professionals
from the most visited countries to reach out to tourists across the
world with a message which will encourage respectful behavior and
active engagement in preserving both cultural and natural environment.
Themes for Serial and Transboundary Cultural Heritage Sites in the
PacificPort Vila (Vanuatu)
05 - 08 09 2005 Regional workshop proposed within the framework of
the World Heritage - Pacific 2009 Programme to assist the Pacific
Island countries in developing their own Tentative Lists.
Against the Illicit Trafficking of Cultural Property in Asia-Pacific
Region New Delhi (India)
05 09 2005 - 08 09 2005 Information and awareness raising workshop
aiming at the Member States ratification of the main legal instruments
for cultural heritage.
Art: Conservation, Presentation and Development of World Heritage
Les Eyzies-de-Tayac (France)
05 - 09 09 2005 This International Conference will bring together
a range of international experts in Prehistory to address common conservation
needs and to develop recommendations for future international collaboration.
Project Symposium II “Practical Aspects of Heritage”
06 - 08 09 2005 Cultural monuments are preserved by means of enhanced
perception and presentation, which simultaneously helps to strengthen
regional development, inter alia by installing enterprises in historical
buildings and promoting tourism.
Melina Mercouri International Prize Paris (France)
07 09 2005 The Director-General of UNESCO will present the Melina
Mercouri Prize for the Safeguarding and Management of Cultural Landscapes
(UNESCO-Greece) to the historic village of Maymand (Islamic Republic
on the Move, and Creative Cities Workshop Paris (France)
12 - 13 09 2005 The Global Alliance was launched in 2002 and works
to strengthen cultural industries through partnerships between public,
private and civil society sectors. The purpose of this conference
is to take stock of achievements to date, to gain a better understanding
of the particular modalities of Alliance projects.
for Socio-Cultural Research on HIV/AIDS and Trafficking
19 - 21 09 2005 In view of the substantial gaps which exist in the
quantity, quality and use of socio-cultural research in both HIV/AIDS
and trafficking in Asia and Pacific, this regional workshop is organized
in order to suggest ways to move forward.
for Authors, Illustrators and Publishers of Children’s Books
19 - 28 09 2005 This workshop, held in Dakar, will bring the major
actors in the production of children’s books together for a
discussion on problems facing children’s books and will produce
a fully illustrated manuscript of an original children’s story
ready for publication.
Forum on Cultural Policies in Latin America and the Caribbean
28 09 2005 - 29 09 2005 Ministers of culture and officials in charge
of cultural policies from 33 countries in the region will attend this
Forum to discuss issues of mutual interest. The Forum constitutes
a space of reflection by excellence for the highest governmental echelons
of the region in the field of culture, as it is the only body that
gathers all the countries from Latin America and the Caribbean.